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Jan 6, 2013 5:30pm PST
, mr. monk. just a girl, trying to be a little less lonely. - i don't have a lot of happy memories. watching that show was about it. now it's gone. - well, if that's true, i'm really sorry. can you forgive me? - no. - don't be mad. i know how you hate surprises, so i'm just gonna warn you. i'm gonna be surprising you. - what? when? - in about ten seconds. this is sort of a heads-up, like a surprise alert. - wait. you can't just burst in here and say, "surprise alert." you have to give me a little warning. - oh, okay, sorry. this is the surprise alert warning. this is the surprise alert. now... surprise! i called ambrose, and he told me this was your favorite snack. ten round crackers, a glass of apple juice with one ice cube. - what's going on? - and i rented this, your favorite show. - i don't have a favorite show. - mr. monk, i know how important this show is to you. okay, you can still enjoy it. you can still watch it. all right, all right, you're 12 years old. it's tuesday night. it's 8:00. you've been waiting all week. it's cooper clan time. ♪ make yourself at home with the
CBS
Jan 5, 2013 6:30pm PST
're finished here. don't get up. i got it. you're busy. continue. you know what my team is doing right now? no. they're trying to figure out what's wrong with me. what's wrong with you? thanks for asking. they found out that i'm dying. that's sad. everyone's dying. that's sad. meteor lands on my head tomorrow, it's all academic. i told them to leave me alone, but did they? d-did they? no, that one was rhetorical. oh. no, they did not. what the hell were you before you hit your head? hell is a bad word. so's ass and bitch. i could probably rattle off 50 much more complicated and disgusting ones, but then your dad would get pissed at me. do you like your life? what life? your life. playing the piano, going on tour. scoring girls left and right. i don't like girls. boys. whatever gets you off. i like the piano. what's wrong? dr. peter hayes? this is eric foreman at princeton plainsboro. you're doing a signal transduction inhibitor clinical trial. what kind of results have you been-- transduction inhibitors are a decade away. bye, pete! they've got another trial going on at duke. 15% extend their
CBS
Jan 6, 2013 6:00pm PST
kill you ♪ i could be wrong now ♪ but i don't think so ♪ 'cause it's a jungle out there ♪ ♪ it's a jungle out there ♪ 'cause it's a jungle out there ♪ oh hi, yes. wow you really went all out on the decorations, huh? yeah, but i'm so slow taking them down after all the fatty holiday food. but that's normal. what do you mean that's normal? it doesn't have to be. to me normal means feeling good inside. not slow. try some activia. activia helps with occasional irregularity when eaten three times a day. keep a video diary and let me know about your new normal. wthe sadness, anxiety,e pleasthe loss of interest. the fatigue and aches and pains. depression hurts. cymbalta can help with many symptoms of depression. tell your doctor right away if your depression worsens, you have unusual changes in behavior or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta is not for children under 18. people taking maois, linezolid or thioridazine or with uncontrolled glaucoma should not take cymbalta. taking it with nsaid pain relievers, aspir
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Jan 6, 2013 7:00pm PST
. - you didn't do anything. that's the problem. you didn't say a single word all night. i don't understand. why did you want to come? you begged me to invite you. - i didn't want to be alone. you were gonna be gone all weekend. - it's embarrassing. those people are my oldest friends. everybody thought you were sick or something. you just walked around rearranging spoons and plates and sweeping up crumbs. couldn't you have at least tried? - i tried. i smiled. i smiled a lot. - you were wincing! - that's my smile. that's how i smile. i'm just not a people person. - but what does that mean? what does that mean? you're not human? actually, you know what? that would explain a lot. it wouldn't explain everything, but it would explain a lot. [bang] - uh-- - did you hear that? - that can't be good. - why are we in this car? - i told you julie borrowed my car. she's moving some furniture. - we are in the wrong car. this is the wrong car! - well, it's too late now! [engine sputters] ugh. it's not the radiator hose. - what about that? - that's the radiator hose. it's not that. it's not the battery. i
CBS
Jan 7, 2013 12:00pm PST
', right? you did good, huey. i need eight hours, mom. if i don't get eight hours, my immune system crashes. record a demo, something more up-tempo. something i can get on the radio. let's go! let's go! work it out with huey. let's go! go! go! i hate that-- kids--always hogging your attention. hi. hi. birthday girl. oh! yeah, yeah, happy birthday. is this demo thing for real? she's about to sign you! i can feel it in my bones. rocket to the moon, baby! rocket to the moon! oh, my. are you really tommy gunn's daughter? seriously. can you hold my purse, please? yeah. thanks. well, i guess there is a certain family resemblance. all his guitars are in there? yeah, you wanna come see for yourself? yeah. uh... can you just wait here just one second, please? thank you. yeah. [ male announcer ] one pharmacist started it all: charles walgreen had a mission to help people be happy and healthy. from inventing the first chocolate malt... to creating a nonprofit pharmacy for our troops... to the first child safety caps. walgreens has been innovating for over a hundred years. and we're just getting starte
CBS
Jan 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
... this hibrido won't give me my money! don't break it. let me see. it says your account got no money. i know what it says, ladron! i've been robbed! rick's shutting down the computers in five minutes. why? what's going on? all i know is those guys have badges. they want to check the main computer. woman: ...can't believe you'd do that! ( man on speaker ): watch your back, bitch, or next time i'll have your head on a stick. corinne, you all right? oh, mr. dalton... yes, i'm fine. you should've gone home hours ago. i'm sorry, i got caught up in something. i'll see you tomorrow. yes, $100,000. i'm not sure how it got into our account. yes. you don't have any information? the tickets were sent to me. but i didn't make the reservations. that's my brother. he made them? i will call you back. we have to talk. i don't care what they told you. i didn't do anything to their computers. i believe you, but it's not up to me. i need another job. temp work's a little slow right now. call me in a week or two. ( sighs ) yeah, who is it? right time temps. i got a package here for a, uh, corinne kennedy? come on up
CBS
Jan 5, 2013 6:00pm PST
. cbc with platelets, chem panel, thyroid and adrenal function tests. for what? i don't know. (foreman) raise your left hand. that's your right hand. what are you looking for? just wanna make sure whatever happened doesn't happen again. push up. push up. he repeats what people say. it's a compensation mechanism. he knows he's supposed to say something, so he repeats what he just heard. that's good, shows he's engaged. spine's okay. all right. now stick out your tongue like this, copy me. you have a big tongue. [laughter] i know, it's funny, but copy me. [grunts] [soft grunt] there was construction on radcliff. so i had to get out of the car and, and walk in high heels for over a mile. radcliff? what was the cross street? does it matter? i don't know, i'm not the one who brought it up. tie this off. nice and tight. does this have anything to do with my foot? you have a blister. you don't waste a doctor's time with a blister. you waste a doctor's time with more important things. like the sewer that's being vented out of your mouth. my breath? if you could stop doing that, we'd all be gra
CBS
Jan 7, 2013 3:00am PST
-seven. >yeah, i don't want to embarrass you. but he's probably made more money last month than we made all year, okay? you know, seriously, i mean one of his things it talks about how he generated 200,000 dollars in a single month. anybody do that? alright great, anybody at home you want to listen up. this is an amazing show and that's why i invited this young man back. uh.. how did you get started making money online? >>well actually i started going to college and i was going to go to law school so that was kind of my plan, and uh.. my dad has always been very wealthy. he was a self-made millionaire with real estate and when i started going to college when i went off to college, right as i got in my dad lost all of his money. he had taken all of his retirement from real estate and invested it in s- the stock market and he lost all of it so when i was my first day they were seeing me off to college and dad say "adrian, i want you to make sure that when you choose a career while you're in school that you choose a career that you have control over, and uh.. that will give you financial stability.
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Jan 6, 2013 5:00pm PST
'm very comfortable. - you don't even like the show. you don't even know who christine rapp is. - i know who she is. she's an actress from an old tv show that my boss is obsessed with. - i'm not obsessed. i'm barely fixated. i'm--i'm--i'm mildly-- okay, i'm obsessed. that show was very important to me. - clearly. - tuesdays at 8:00. the cooper clan. it was like they were the only friends i had. - okay, so what are you gonna say to her? - i'm gonna say thank you. [overlapping chatter] - there she is! - christine, over here. - i love the book. - where have you been the last 20 years? - oh, i've been right here. where have you boys been? - it's 9:30. we should get to the bookstore. - yeah, give me a minute. - christine, you were pretty rough on some of your costars in the book. - i just told it like it was. - how do you think they'll react to that? - oh, they'll get over it. - steven dorn sounded pretty angry. - steven dorn can write his own book. - he said you better watch your back. - oh. well, maybe i should have one of you boys start my car for me. oh, wait, i don't need to. i can start
CBS
Jan 7, 2013 4:30am PST
. >> that's what sold me, was how great this supple tastes. >> since taking supple, i don't have any pain. >> that's just incredible. now, on our last show together, we talked about how the key ingredients in supple are the standard of care for the treatment of joint pain in europe. and really, the response has been amazing. from what i hear, you've been able to help millions of people. >> we're arthritis advocates and the active agents in supple, they've fast become the most used, best-selling joint rebuilding agents of all time. 13 million people are using these all over the world for safe, significant and complete relief, complete relief from all their joint problems. there's no question that supple works. >> and now you're seeing these kinds of results because there's a direct connection between the root causes of joint pain and the lack of core building blocks that your body needs to function properly. >> but it's not just joint pain. >> ok. >> it's also bone pain and muscle pain, overall weakness and fatigue too. all these things are linked to a common nutritional deficiency that's
CBS
Jan 6, 2013 5:00am PST
said, yes, i did, dad. hallelujah! don't let satan have your children. don't let satan have your children or any family member of your life. you have to get back to the horns of the altar and stand up. the body says the kingdom of god -- you have to get up in the faiths of satan and say -- you can't have my family! because as a promise that god has laid upon us that he's going to give us family heritage. but also, he's going to give us divine health. jesus took strikes upon his back so we could have family heritage and family health. number three, occupational blessing in verse 4. the fruit of the ground and cattle. in viable times, most of them raised cattle or sheep or agriculture. so having an occupational blessing was very, very important. today we don't necessarily, unless you're a farmer and live that way, there's a lot of different things we do. but the occupational blessing is upon us. ever you have to know god has a divine assignment on your life. whatever you're doing right now god has anointed you to do. it may not even be what you want to be doing. it may not be your
CBS
Jan 13, 2013 6:00am PST
quote finale, those who don't follow the game might ask for a timeout
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Jan 6, 2013 6:30pm PST
. - this is the third bowl you chipped this week. i don't want to hear your excuses. i've been warning you for a month. - mr. nichols, please, i'll pay for the bowl. - you can take it out of my pay. just tell me what it's worth. - it's worth a hell of a lot more than you. adios. you're fired. you can pick up your check on friday. hey, hey, hey, hey. the apron. - [speaks in yoruba] - what does that mean? - "he is the guy." - what does that mean? but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this cool. you're not filming this, are you? aw! camera shy. snapshot from progressive. test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. oh hi, yes. wow you really went all out on the decorations, huh? yeah, but i'm so slow taking them down after all the fatty holiday food. but that's normal. what do you mean that's normal? it doesn't have to be. to me
CBS
Jan 12, 2013 11:00pm PST
. at homes and bars, crowds of the faithful grown as the packers took an early lead and major come back. don is in san francisco where he watched the game with the fans. >> reporter: those folks are all gone now. but here at irelands they are still celebrating. and celebrating that 49er win. and here's what it looked like a little while ago. >> they were groaning, not cheering as green bay scores first. the 49er fans here at irelands are not faint at heart. >> it's been incredible. being here in the middle has been exhilarating. >> got off to a bad start. >> yes yes. but it's very early. a lot of time left. >> we came up from so cal to watch the game. >> you can watch it down there. >> no, we have to be in san francisco. definitely. >> even if it's on tv. >> absolutely. got to be in the crowd. >> you are in the crowd now. how does it feel ? >> it feels great. this is perfect. couldn't be better. >> first play of the 4th quarter. frank gore two yard run as another 49er touchdown. left no doubt about where the game was heading. >> bad defense. right mimic right place . best defense in the leag
CBS
Jan 5, 2013 11:00pm PST
rules for a friendship, even battleship. but those rules don't work without what? trust, sir. trust, sir. that's right. shawn! over here, now. why aren't there any of your ships on the board? i knew it! cheating. you're grounded. but dad! and... for the next two months, you are going to play with one less piece. but that's not fair! exactly, shawn. now you know what it feels like. shawn, i can't just give you a case because gus is out of town this weekend and you're lonely. fine. maybe together we can figure out how i can be less lonely. wait, i'm getting something. baby oil. this is a photo from about a year ago. thank you. and this is from last week. thank you. we'll call you if we turn anything up on her, mr. sirtis. i appreciate your help, chief. our pleasure. i'm telling you. i can make the time, chief. your plate is full, detective. i already pulled the old file. if any of your other cases suffer, then i will yank you right off of this case-- spencer, what the hell are you doing? i'm trying something. i feel conventional vision is weakening my skills. is that my scarf? i... i'm get
CBS
Jan 7, 2013 5:00pm PST
week. that was proactive. i don't expect them to do too much more. >> i think it's too bad that's what we have to do. i understand the reasoning behind it. >> despite the suggestions from the nra, many here say having the guns on campus even for protection would have a negative impact on children. >> i think armed guards on campus is a bad idea. i don't want my children to live in fear. when they see that, they'll be more fearful. >> we want them to grow up to be adults that don't carry fire arms. >> for now they'll concentrate on keeping their eyes open and the doors locked. >> it's a great first step. it's a no brainer. >> cbs 5. >>> the u.s. supreme court has set a date for oral arguments on prop 8. march 26 with a decision expected in june. the issue is whether it was constitutional for california voters to ban same sex marriage. the next day they'll hear the federal defense of the marriage act. >>> police are releasing information about last month's officer shooting that claimed the life of a 12-year-old man in walnut creek. the chief
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Jan 5, 2013 5:30pm PST
here. hey, don't move. don't move. just get-- i said just get back! you all right? all right. hey, hey, hey, you're with me. whoa! aah! hey, hey, hey, hey, man! don't touch me! ok, ok, ok! i'm not touching you. hey, now, just-- just be careful. oh! don't touch me. ok, i'm not touching you. [bones clack] aah! aah ha ha! ok, you ok now? oh, i'm mad now, rog. now i'm mad. ok, you're mad. that son of a gun. he's done this twice. oh, damn! son of a-- i'm gonna suck his eyes out through his nose, rog. twice. just relax. are you ok? yeah, i'm ok. i'll be ok. are you ok? i'm ok. hey, i'm having it! i ran out of biscuits, all right? give me a break. what'd i miss? roger: oh, god. leo, what are you doing here? great car chase. great chase! what are you doing here? how'd you find us, huh? my police scanner. what are you doing with a police anner? what am i--hello? car 54, where are you? i cracked this case for you guys. listen, mesa verde's legit. they got a housing project out in the desert. it's called rancho arroyo. riggs: i know where that is. hey, why don't we go check it out? i'll leave my
CBS
Jan 13, 2013 6:00am PST
finale, those who don't follow the game might ask for a timeout for an explanation. fortunately for them, our bill geist will be here to help. >> reporter: friends do you find that people at this time of year always treat you like you're invisible or some sort of space alien just because you don't know football? >> this is our goal line. we have four downs right? >> reporter: attend a free crash course for football dummies later on sunday morning. >> we can either run it or pass it for two. >> reporter: you'll be amazed at the results. so will your family, friends and coworkers. >> this is called a helmet. and the helmet fits on your head. >> osgood: rit a braver looks at the past and future of exploration by "national geographic." steve hartman shows us snow flakes that comfort and heel. faith salie struggles to create the perfect computer password and more. but first here are the headlines for this sunday morning the 13th of january 2013. today is the first anniversary of the giant cruise ship cost a concordia going aground off the rocks off tuscany. there was a mass and moments of sil
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Jan 13, 2013 8:30am PST
the reason why al-qaeda was able to locate was because of the taliban control. i don't think there's any doubt that the taliban are a significant force remaining. and al-qaeda has proven to be remarkably capable of regenerating itself with new leadership quite often. so you see a region and with enormous difficulties not to mention the threat of iran being, continuing on the path towards the acquisition of nuclear weapons. let me ask you about the president's choices for his cabinet. correct me if i'm wrong but i can't remember a time when the opposing party has opposed every single person that the president nominates for his cabinet. it's usually been the rule if the president's going to be in charge of the government, we have to give him the people he wants to run it. but republicans seem to be against every single person that he has nominated this time around, at least so far. >> varying degrees. >> schieffer: except for john carry, if the sources are right is his second choice for that most because he did want decisions like lindsay graham and let the up session to her. can you be f
CBS
Jan 7, 2013 5:00am PST
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Jan 12, 2013 5:00am PST
to wash their hands more frequently and cover for coughs and sneezes. >> flu-like symptoms don't always mean that you have the flu. hospitals are urging patients to see their own doctors or go to urgent care facilities before flooding emergency rooms. there are signs that the flu may be peaking in some states but for most of us the flu season is 12 weeks long and we're about halfway through. >> seth doane. thanks, seth. >> let's get more on this troubling flu outbreak from dr. william s kr hchschnattner. good morning, doctor. >> good morning, margaret. >> have we peaked or is this going to get worse? >> well in some parts of the country, it will still get worse. you know it started on the east coast and moved across the country. the west coast is just getting its first attack. so the flu will be with us for another six weeks. >> but what triggered this outbreak? >> ahh.well, last year, you know we were seduced. we had the lowest flu season on record. this year it's come back. it's come back early. flu will do what it will do. it comes every season. >> doctor, the
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Jan 7, 2013 6:00am PST
's like the doorman at a discotheque, doorman says you get in, you don't get in. and that's what we have insider body. that's the receptor site >>um hum >>>it allows certain entry. but when he says you're not getting in, they beat up the doorman. so drugs bully their way into a cell. and degrade cellular integrity. nourishment like you have with androzene complements the receptor sites, and the cells. >men's sexual health. >>>um hum >hen does it start to decline? >>>it starts to decline right away. i mean, literally, after the age of 20, certainly after the age of 30, and doctors say over the age of 40, over half the men have low t, which is an acronym, low t is our modern-day action hero, testosterone. but it's not only testosterone, testosterone we could say is the king hormone, but we have what we call the gonadotropin's. the gonadotropin's are produced in the hypothalamus in the pituitary gland, and they're so important, because that's the big head communicating with the little head. and that's what we call the hypothalamic pituitary testicular axis. and those of you who study the sc
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Jan 11, 2013 12:00pm PST
told me, don't go over there because he's dead and, you know, in a bad way. >> reporter: deputies found lavanion with multiple gunshot wounds and one trying to save his life. >> deputies attempted cpr, but medical personnel pronounced the suspect deceased. >> reporter: he was smart and athletic and believes this was a mistake because he was new to the area. >> i know it happened for nothing, basically somebody just got the wrong thing, got it confused. he's not from out here. >> reporter: the family had a rough year. someone shot into their house. the family tried to transfer out of murin city, but they could not move. the sheriffs say they don't have a suspect description at the time. cbs5. >> muran county is hosting the gun buyback program next week. people from sonoma and san francisco will get $200 for a semiautomatic handgun or long gun. others worth $100. the buyback happens with the mill valley police departments. no questions asked. >>> vice president joe biden meets with video game makers to broaden ideas for curbing gun violence. t
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Jan 6, 2013 8:30am PST
don't want to get into that. what do you mean you don't want to get into that? if you're their friend, you are into it. you'll be wise how you go about it. but to defend someone who is being mistreated. then, look. someone to love us. everybody needs to feel loved. and there's something about good relationships, loving relationship. you can tell the difference between a loving relationship and somebody who just wants something from you. that's not love. there's such value. and if i follow my guide, first of all, i'm going to love him, the lord jesus with all my heart. do you know what? i'm also going to love other people who follow him and people who really and truly desire to live a godly life. then, of course, people who accept us. now, there's people who will accept us on condition. if you do this, if you do that. that's not acceptance. if i really accept you, i accept you just the way you are. if i don't like something about you, listen, i'm going to accept you the way you are and pray that god will work his will in your life and change whatever needs to be changed. you see, when
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Jan 11, 2013 5:30pm PST
because he has workers that come in and i don't know if they have the flu or their kids get the flu. he's not going out but he has contact with people on the outside. >> reporter: unvaccinated people pose a serious threat to seniors. new york city health commissioner tom farley. >> children in particular are very good at spreading infection to others. so you may think you have robust, healthy children but if you give them their vaccine then they're not going to get it and they're not going to bring it home to you or their grandparents who might get severely ill. >> reporter: the c.d.c. is reminding the public that if you do get the flu treatment within one or two days with the prescription medicines tamiflu or relenza can help you recover sooner and avoid complications. >> pelley: about six or eight weeks left in flu season. jon, thank you. there has been an outbreak of another kind at the v.a. hospital in pittsburgh and our investigation of it raises the question "what do patients have the right to know?" the bacterium that causes the respiratory illness known as legionnaire's disease
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Jan 11, 2013 6:00pm PST
that -- that certain students cost more to educate than other students is valid. i don't think many people dispute that. it's a matter of how do you implement that? and how do you pay for it? and that's where that rubber hits the road. >> it's kind of hard. it has to be fair across the board, it doesn't matter what student or what income level they're at. >> reporter: even though it would benefit schools in the west contra costa unified school district, charles ramsey believes that the governor's plan will only breed bitterness. >> how is it going to accomplish that? i don't think it's fair to say to other school districts that they should lose their funding to help us. i just don't support that kind of proposal. >> reporter: and if you are wondering to what happened to all that additional sales tax that you just passed for education? it is going to schools but because there were so many cuts in the last five years, this only brings the schools back to where they started so just at zero. i'm grace lee, cbs 5. >>> on the higher education front it appears gover
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Jan 11, 2013 7:00am PST
pushes back and says he's only half way through the process, don't judge him so quickly, but if the president's being judged quickly on race and gender issues it may in fact be because he taught people how to do that in his campaign. there was not an issue of race or agenda that the obama campaign didn't jump on when it came to mitt romney and the republicans. so now he's feeling a little of that heat himself. >> so what does he plan to do? >> well the white house officials, first they plan to say wait a minute, his closest and most trusted adviser is an african-american woman he has plenty of women staying in his cabinet along with minorities more women work at the white house than men, so they're basically saying wait a minute that this recent flap that he's involved in is a little overtorqued as they say, but white house officials say wait a minute, there are more appointments to come stay tuned. he's planning to keep the diversity in his cabinet and his office as it was in the first term, but there are more picks to come. >> let me turn to g
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Jan 7, 2013 6:00pm PST
of the issue. >> that's true generally speaking. i don't think there's been a study to show gun control laws reduce violence. >> tom also made news with a call for a statewide homeless bill of rights to guarantee the homeless housing and health care. >> it's more of a statement to say this is the direction the state is making. >> the final call for legalization of marijuana may be up as well. the biggest issue is the governor's call to redistribute scarce education dollars so students get more money. it's getting pushed back from both sides of the aisle. >> just because you send money to schools doesn't mean you're going to increase performance by students. >> i'm not going to vote for a proposal to take away textbooks for a district and give that money to other districts. >> the biggest news of course is the republicans are so outnumbered they're pretty much sidelined. with them goes the ability for the republicans to block the idea of new taxes. >> i don't think there's a tax or fee that won't be put up, talked about or discussed. >> an ironic twis
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Jan 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
supports a wife and four children. >> if we don't get no water, i don't have a job. and there's six other guys that t work here with me. we'll all be in the same boat. >> reporter: scott, forecasters expect the drought to continue until at least march for most of texas. >> pelley: anna, thank you very much. climate change, of course, is also affecting the seas. and in california, we're going to have a look at the impact on whales and seals a little bit later in the broadcast. tonight, the official who exposed the illegal doping of lance armstrong says he received death threats and witnesses were intimidated as he tried to break a code of silence around the cyclist. travis tygart is the head of the u.s. anti-doping agency, which polices u.s. olympic sports. armstrong won the world's most grueling event, the tour de france, seven times. but after tygart's investigation, armstrong lostrt all of his titles. in his first interview, tygart spoke with us for the premiere of a new program called "60 minutes sports" on showtime. tygart says that armstrong was doping in his very first win at the to
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Jan 9, 2013 12:00pm PST
, like tamiflu. >> did you guys have any tamiflu in for pediatrics? >> we don't, unfortunately. >> reporter: health experts say the flu vaccine covers 91% of the flu strains out there. so if you haven't received a flu shot yet, you should still get one. >> even if it doesn't prevent the infection completely, it can definitely make it much less severe. >> reporter: doctors say it takes about two weeks from the time you get the vaccine to be protected. now, the doctor reminds us that the flu can be serious with different ages. babies, older people and those with a suppressed immune system are especially at risk. live in san francisco, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> the latest smash and grab at the oakland museum took less than a minute. according to police, this thief knew what he was after. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec with the reward being offered for the return of a century and a half old artifact. >> this is a theft not just of a valuable object but of our history. >> reporter: officials refuse to give a picture of the stolen item or say how muc
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Jan 12, 2013 6:30pm PST
don knapp is at ireland's bar in san francisco, where the faithful are gathered. don? >> reporter: you know, anne, the irish faithful, but they are not watching football or soccer or anything like that. they are watching the 49ers! and of course with the game going as it is, they have good reason to cheer! [ cheers & applause ] >> reporter: they were groaning and cheering, as green bay scores first in the playoff game. fans here at ireland's are not faint at heart. >> it's been incredible, being here in the middle of all of this is exhilarating to watch. >> got off to a bad start today, huh? >> yes, yes, but it's very early. lot of time left. lot can happen. >> we came up from socal to watch the game. >> you could watch it down there, you know. >> no, we gotta be in san francisco, definitely. >> absolutely, gotta be in the crowd. >> you're in the crowd now. how does it feel? >> feels great. this is perfect! couldn't be better! >> go! >> reporter: a few more minutes and the niners had scored. the crowd warmed up. [ cheers & applause ] >> re
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Jan 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
wrapping herself in blankets. she died sunday. she had heart failure and breast cancer. >> i don't think it was necessarily a surprise for us but it still is stunning and shocking to lose someone who really was very much a part of our zoo family for years. >> reporter: tallulah was the oldest animal at the zoo in her mid-50s and it lived there the longest. her death is hard on staff who say she had a strong connection with humans. before coming here, she had been raised as a pet. >> she was a very intelligent chimpanzees. she had a personality that was larger than life. >> reporter: her loss a surprise to visitors, met with her picture and announcement of her passing outside the chimp exhibit. >> that's really sad. we come here all the time. >> reporter: the other chimps have also been here since the 1960s. they have been acting quieter than normal in her absence. zoo staff say although they're sad she's gone, she left behind a legacy. tallulah was instrumental in resome on geriatric animals and inspired the zoo to implement techniques to impr
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Jan 10, 2013 7:00am PST
. >> they clearly don't know the contact. >> all of that matters. >> hillary clinton made the first public comments after off a month dealing with a concussion and blood clot. >> i'm thrilled to be back. >> the president hosted a screening of 1600 penn with send tars who keep embarrassing the white house. as joe biden put it, why is everything looking? >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." we begin with a dangerous turn in the nationwide flu outbreak. the mayor of boston just declared a state of emergency in his city. >> 18 people across massachusetts have died in recent weeks because of a flu. michelle miller is outside massachusetts general hospital and joins us with the latest. michelle, good morning to you. >> good morning, charlie and gale. the hospital restricted visitors to certain floors like the ob-gyn department. they asked the staff to wear masks throughout the day. >> 41 states are currently seeing intense flu outbreaks. almost five weeks earlier than usual this year. the hare schflu season has hit the city of boston especially hard. >> today, am declaring
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Jan 6, 2013 7:30am PST
field for a long time, i don't know how long that went on, i kinda lost track of time there. between god speaking to me and my training and all the things that i should do kicked in, it was like, "no, i can't sit here. i can't do this. we'll both die." 'cause if i didn't find shelter, i didn't have enough warmth to be able to survive that night, and the only place that i was gonna be able to truly help was once i had a phone... and more people, and we could do a probe line and really search the field. so that meant that i had to get rescuers and get help, 'cause i wasn't going to find her by myself. so i made the decision then to leave the debris field, knowing that i was probably abandoning her if she was still alive somewhere. she probably wouldn't be by the time i got help 'cause it was gonna take a really long time. and that was very, very difficult. and so i did then... i had to climb back up... the ridge we'd just come down and descend the opposite side. sarah: it had to be the most difficult moment of my dear son's life. i knew how close he and lygon were. to leave that debris fie
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Jan 12, 2013 7:00am PST
company is testing out a feature that charges users 100-dollars to send direct messages to people they don't know. friend-to-friend messages would still be free. facebook says charging for messages may d >>> sending messages to people you don't know used to be free. facebook is charging for messages may discourage junk mailers. >>> all right, it is 7:12. we've got chilly temperatures. brian, what do we have? >> chilly temperatures. starting out mostly in the 30s with the forecast highs today near 50 degrees. so it won't be too warm today, but beautifully clear as we head out. the numbers this morning with that freeze warning posted for the bay area. the temperatures will get down tonight. it'll be colder tonight, saturday night early sunday morning than what it was last night. and by about 5 degrees, beautiful sunrise for the bay area in the dawn area here. some frost out this morning. oakland with 35 degrees and santa rosa down to 30 degrees. that's how it looks going to the satellite with the big dome of high pressure leading to northwesterly flows. t
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Jan 7, 2013 7:00am PST
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Jan 10, 2013 5:00pm PST
. >> tells me we need a little bit more security as far as, you know, anybody who don't belong on campus should not be on campus. >> i -- i -- i really don't think that this is cause for concern. >> reporter: school district officials downplayed the incident and said the school security plan worked. >> this is an isolated incident and something that we don't believe is widespread by any stretch of the imagination. and again, we have adults on campus that, you know, appropriately responded in this situation like they do in every other circumstance. >> reporter: police say the one suspect who was taken into custody was booked into juvenile hall and they continue to search for the two remaining suspects. reporting live in san jose, len ramirez, cbs 5. >>> a suspected bike thief leads police straight to his stash of stole-bikes, tires and other gear. how one of the theft victims help nab the guy. >> it's sleeping pill that works too well. the effects that linger long after the sun rises. a they caught a richmond man trying to sell a stolen bike -- back
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Jan 6, 2013 6:00am PST
system itself. right now, sacrifices are the order of the day. governments don't have enough money maintain social services. they are not paying pensions on time. today an elderly person has to get along in ukraine on about $20 a month. and half of that has to go for rent and utilities. eckstein: this is bela. she lost her entire family in world war ii, in the holocaust, all 13 members of her family were lost. today's wednesday and she tells me the last time she had a meal was sunday. she is elderly. she is alone. and she has no hope other than the hope we can bring and she has no hope other than the hope we can bring to her. hoffman: the food box is our most basic form of aid. it has a number of basic commodities in it such as flour, rice, sugar, canned fish, cooking oil and a few other items. this box is designed as a diet supplement. when the funds are available we would like to be able to provide a box on a monthly basis to the tens of thousands of those who are in need. unfortunately, we are only able to deliver these boxes about two or three times a year to most of the nee
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Jan 8, 2013 7:00am PST
need a top rated person. i don't think chuck hagel fits that bill. >> in colorado a week-long preliminary hearing is under way for james holmes the lone gunman in a movie theater last july. >> if i could say something i'd ask him to kill himself because he's a coward. >> a chicago man won $1 million playing the lottery but he died before he got the money. police believe he was throwed. >>> touchdown, touchdown. >> where did the fixes need to come in the second half? >> maybe alabama doesn't come back in the second half. >> touchdown alabama. touchdown bama sabin with his third championship in alabama. you would not let them use the "r" word repeat. >> they repeated it so they can talk about it already. >>> this is a monster calamari. >> a squid in its natural habitat. >>> what was supposed to be a lovely sunset wedding in a hot air balloon ended this way. >> you see that lovely lady that's a.y. mccarron's girlfriend. >> what a beautiful woman. >> whoa! >> a.j.'s doing it right. >> 1776 will commence again if you try to take our firearms. come to america,
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Jan 10, 2013 5:00am PST
. but don't wore if you're not a cold weather person. we are told it's expected to warm back up monday but for the next few days like michelle said, hat, scarves, boots, the works, just to keep warm. live in san rafael, cate caugiran, cbs 5. >> it's fun, too. you live in the east bay so you will get a nice look at mount diablo with a little snow on it. >> i actually like the snow, elizabeth. i don't mind it. >> you're a denver girl. you're used to real snow. if we see anything out there in the east bay, i don't think it's going to be a whole lot. 2,000 feet or below could get up to 2" of snow. highway 17 or highway 35, it could be treacherous traveling. in the meantime the majority of the bay area seeing scattered showers, moving into the south bay. it was over saratoga but looks like it's quickly moving out. so once again right now pacifica, millbrae looks okay but our hi-def doppler has been relatively busy this morning tracking those light showers that continue to move inland and will slowly taper off throughout the day. temperatures are on the co
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Jan 10, 2013 6:00pm PST
would aim at the roadway, the bike path and under side of the bridge. chp officials also don't want management operators to have access to the cameras based on homeland security concerns. >> if our ratepayorers are paying for it we should probably use some of that fee for congestion management. >> reporter: the chp was not ready to comment regarding this story today. they will be meeting with bridge officials in the coming days to work out those details. bridge officials are expected to make a final decision later on this month. whatever that outcome will be, bridge officials say they will not ask toll pairs to pay for it in the sense that they will not raise tolls to pay for that security system. >>> a big rig truck driver was killed when his truck crashed this morning on highway 37 east of 29. chp says the ace hardware truck fell the equivalent of a three- story building, hit the ground after somehow colliding with a white pickup. three witnesses ran to that burning truck trying to save the driver. >> when they got to the truck they saw the drive
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Jan 13, 2013 5:00am PST
ideas leaped out i see something opening there. >> oh, absolutely. really, another world. i don't know whether to claim that that one night and when i was converted to the life of the mind, it was like a mystical experience like those ideas had a life of their own and they were drawing me to understand them and enter more deeply into their mystery because this other world other than the tangible material has three characteristics about it. first of all it was the more powerful that something like the big bank that this material world emanates from that. the second was it is far better than this one. all the great religions are like fingers pointing at the moon of that other reality from which we have come and to which we will return. we're in a kind of exile here and it has its ups and downs mix of joys and some are owes, but our origin and destinee is anchored in a different world which is the true world. >> so the creation and then moving to a new world you said there were three was there a third? >> you're very astute, but i know the time goes fast on television. the third is myster
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Jan 8, 2013 1:35am PST
: and by plugged into the wall do you mean something sexual? geoff: that's a reminder fellas. don't check. just listen. craig: click click click everybody. good night. the theories about what went wrong... and what we' about the man at t >>> an oil tankers sideswipes the bay bridge. theories about what went wrong and what we've learned about the man at the helm. i am ken bastida. >> i am elizabeth cook. >> it was headed out to seas when it hit echo tower the tower west of yerba buena island. linda yee is on treasure island. a lot of us remember a few years ago and the environmental nightmare it was but this tanker was empty. >> reporter: yes, it was. it had just unloaded its cargo of fuel in martinez and then moved into the waters south of the bay bridge where it anchored awaiting any new orders of cargo it may have to load. none came so the ship left this morning and the tanker hit the bridge. preliminary findings are human error. when the tanker hit the tower, fog was thick and visibility a quarter mile. >> this is a scrape, for the bay bridge. didn
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Jan 9, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> reporter: it's interesting to hear from fans but their votes don't count. hers does. >> president of the baseball writers association. i chose not to vote for barry bonds. >> reporter: steroids, she says, tainted the game. >> the current hall of fame players do not want players from the steroid era even suspected steroid users in the hall of fame. >> reporter: will there ever be a barry bonds hall of fame. souvenir uniform? time will tell on that. but if it were today, you couldn't get one at a giants dugout store. the giants don't sell anything with his name on it. he holds all the right. bonds is eligible for several more years to be voted in. mike sugerman, cbs 5. >>> we are in for several days of cold and snow. >> definitely will be some snow around mount tam. we are hoping it doesn't happen overnight where nobody gets to see it. but hopefully a light trace of snow which means mount diablo and also mount hamilton should see some light snow, as well. good evening, everybody. we are off and running to san jose mostly cloudy skies, what you c
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Jan 10, 2013 4:30am PST
the beltway. >> i don't think restricting, you know, people's right to -- second amendment rights would be a solution here. >> reporter: cbs news has learned the white house is looking at several new laws including reinstating the assault weapons ban that expired in 2004, extending criminal and mental health background checks to firearms sales at gun shows, and through private dealers. >> it's critically important we act. >> reporter: today the vice president meets with representatives of gun owner groups including the national rifle association. the nra believes any restrictions on guns and ammo violate the constitution. >> i don't want any part of my freedom taken away. >> reporter: vice president joe biden says he believes new laws can make it through congress because the massacre in newtown, connecticut changed the political landscape here in washington. >> i don't think anything has touched the heart of the american people so profoundly as seeing those young children not only being shot but riddled with bullets. >> reporter: still, skeptics lik
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Jan 10, 2013 6:00am PST
, don't worry, we're told that temperatures are expected to warm up by monday. but you don't have to take my word for it. for all things weather, let's send things to elizabeth in the weather center. >> thank you. if you think you're cold now, wait until tomorrow. as she just mentioned, we are already have freeze warnings and frost advisories posted for tomorrow morning at this time. so let's check out our cbs 5 hi- def doppler. a lot of the bay area is dry. but as you can see, hugging the coastline and moving inland we have scattered very light showers. earlier it was in parts of saratoga, san jose, look like dry right now traveling any of those freeways. where we're seeing some rain and even some snow earlier we saw some snow showers that kind of was a mixture of pink and white. you can see a little bit right now over boulder creek and santa cruz county. so again be careful traveling highway 9 in the area. one to two inches is possible over the santa cruz mountains. so highway 17, highway 35. that winter weather advisory in those mountains set
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Jan 8, 2013 5:00am PST
times. then banta charged toward the officers with the knife in his hand. >> officers don't shoot and kill anyone. they don't shoot anyone unless they're absolutely forced to do that and in this particular case, they were. >> the chief says toxicology reports are pending. banta had no criminal record. the officers are on full duty. >>> state superintendent of public instruction is expected to unveil a any system today for standardized testing in california schools. last year, the state legislature gave tom torlickson the task of revamping student achievement tests which gauge progress in english, arts and math. new testing is expected to include critical thinking and problem solving skills to comply with the new national guidelines known as common core. >> and getting a bit of a makeover. >>> should be a nice day but the fog is thing in the east bay valleys visibilities down to a quart mile and there's a dense fog advisory up there this morning in through concord, livermore. watch out, we have thick fog early on today. and it's going to take s
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Jan 9, 2013 7:00am PST
's such a stigma about mental illness and mental illness treatment in our country because we don't talk about it and if that young man had cancer his parents wouldn't have been reluctant to take him to the doctor to be treated. it's an illness just like anything else. we need to talk about substance abuse. woman in camden decapitated her infant child and killed herself high on crack. in new jersey what we've done is mandatory drug treatment, first time drug offenders we sentence to you one year of in-patient drug treatment facility that was my program last summer we signed in, and lastly the violence in the video games. i don't allow "call of duty" in my home. we have to talk about all of it as parents, and i think we need to do things in all four of the categories. >> you say talk about it. why didn't you mention it in your address last night? >> you pick what you want to talk about and after we've been through hurricane sandy i thought that should be the focus of what we discussed yesterday as a state, where we've been and where we're headed to get everybody back on t
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Jan 9, 2013 11:00pm PST
, i don't think anything touches the heart of the american people so profoundly as those young children being riddled with bullets. >> reporter: the white house is also looking at ways to encourage gun owners to use and store their firearms more safely. it is reviewing the effectiveness of gun buyback programs. biden said the president might also sidestep congress and use executive orders to advance his agenda. senior administrative officials offered no specifics but acknowledged there's very little the president can do on gun control without congress's consent. the nra is likely to remind the vice president of that in their meeting on thursday. >>> a crazy new signature will be on our money if the president gets his way. check this out. that's how jack lew, the president's nominee to be the new treasury secretary, that's how he signs his name. he says he has no plans to brush on on his penmanship. he previously served as budget director and was an executive at citigroup. >>> why police are saying this guy's wife set him up. >>> a legal l
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